A la veille de l’entrée en vigueur des dernières dispositions de la réforme de la procédure civile (1er septembre 2020), vous trouverez ici un Flash News (en français et en anglais) présentant les principales modifications en résultant.
On 6 May 2015, the European Commission announced its 'Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe'. This strategy was based on three pillars:
- A better access to online goods and services for consumers and businesses across Europe;
- the creating framework conditions conducive to digital networks and services; and
- a maximum growth potential for the European digital economy.
Find out more in our issues covering this new directive.
The SkyKick judgment confirms: a trade mark cannot be invalidated on the ground that its goods or services description is insufficiently clear and precise. Filing for a trade mark without any intention to use it in relation to some or all of the goods can constitute bad faith leading to entire or partial invalidation of the mark. ‘Intent to use’ requirements in national trade mark laws are not incompatible with EU law as far as they do not constitute an invalidity ground.